BRAIN IMAGING CASE REVIEW SERIES -Arora 1/ED/2011
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The book “Brain Imaging: Case Review Series” provides 150 case studies about the neuroradiological diagnoses in brain imaging for the radiology residents, neuroradiology fellows and practicing radiologists. The format is given according in the way radiology residents are taught in the form of case discussion technique. This book is provided with the images captured from latest imaging modalities that are available and covers all major diseases encountered in everyday clinical practice. In each case, reader is directed to clinical history and provided radiological images followed by the correct diagnosis as well as the supplementary commentary on each case. The commentary although not all-embracing serves as a fundamental framework on which one can add information from more comprehensive texts. At the end of each case distinct learning points, the best-diagnostic-clue and a concise list of particularly relevant references are provided, so that both novice and experienced readers have a brief but succinct summary of the particular disease entity. In this book cases are not organized by disease-type into congenital, infective or neoplastic entities so as to into congenital, infective or neoplastic entities. These cases are categorized based on the varying difficulty levels such as basic, intermediate and advanced (50 cases in each).